The divergent approaches of the U.S., Pakistan, and Afghanistan highlight the complexity of developing a unified front on terrorism.
Trillions of dollars’ worth of oil are present, but the environmental costs are high, too – and growing.
Police have arrested the head of Indian Mujahideen, which claims responsibility for recent bombings.
While the small community of adherents to strict Islam are being courted by Sunni and Shiite rivals, many worry they could bring Al Qaeda into the Lebanon conflict.
Parliament is expected to consider a measure in its next session that would criminalize harassment, which 83 percent of women say they face.
They are forging economic ties with the Muslim world at a time when interest in Islam is also growing.
French politicians don't talk about faith openly. But President Sarkozy wants a more open discussion of the role of religion.
Fights between Sunnis and Alawites highlight challenges facing a sectarian-reconciliation deal signed this week.
Iraqi women take on key security role as attacks by female suicide bombers rise.